ID and e-Learning Links (5/4/14)
How to Share Your E-learning Course for Free With Google Drive – E-Learning Heroes
Step by step directions on sharing Articulate courses in Google Drive. This would be great for a portfolio. I haven’t tested it, but the directions probably work for Captivate or other tools as well. An alternate (slightly simpler) set of directions for getting the hosting URL are here: https://support.google.com/drive/answer/2881970?hl=en
Answers To Instructional Design Career Questions
Connie Malamed shares her answers to a number of ID career questions she’s received from readers, including transitioning from teaching, getting a second master’s degree or certificate, and getting a first job in ID.
Understanding the Many Different Roles of an Instructional Designer
Description of instructional design roles: engineer, manufacturer, craftsperson, architect, artist. One person may fill multiple roles.
The 50 Most Socially-Shared Learning & Development Blogs
I’m on the list for being one of the L&D blogs most often shared on social media. #41 of 50, but that’s still on the list. 🙂
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The posts about “Sharing your e-Learning course instructions” work for both Articulate and Captivate. I did exactly what Christy suggested and added links to both Captivate and Articulate samples on my curriculum sample (portfolio) site a couple of months ago. Up until then, I had my Captivate samples on the site as Acrobat pdf attachments and they did not work smoothly. These instructions are great!
Excellent! It looked like the directions should work, but I’m glad to have your confirmation.